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6/2/2014

  If San Francisco were a summer camp, then Beach Blanket Babylon would be its talent show. The big hats, broad parodies, and jump-cutting... More»

5/29/2014

Our June issue tries to cover all things Oakland, but there's too much city to take on in a single magazine. One of the Oakland issues that didn't quite... More»

5/21/2014

  Clear your calendar, cancel all your meetings, and call in sick to work on Thursday: the cat circus is in town.  The Amazing... More»

5/14/2014

This month at the California Academy of Sciences, you can get a look at 640 animal species's craniums... More»

5/7/2014

Rising rents, crowded MUNI, the Warriors dropping game seven: It's enough to make a San Franciscan crazy. So we've compiled a four-day guide to stand-up... More»

4/30/2014

When SF Playhouse veteran Amy Glazer took the helm on their new production of ... More»

4/15/2014

On Saturday night, thousand of fans of actor Nicolas Cage descended on a Mission District art gallery to view "Nicolas Cage is God," a... More»

Liza Minelli comes to Davies Symphony Hall this Friday.
3/26/2014

Wait, why is Lucille 2 from Arrested Development performing at Davies Symphony Hall this month? Is it a charity concert for those suffering from... More»

The steamy poster for the ACT's production of Venus in Fur
3/19/2014

I am sitting in a dirty chair in a ugly room on the eighth floor of a building on Grant Avenue, watching a rehearsal of... More»

3/17/2014

Thrown into a Nazi prison camp, the famous artist sketched on toilet paper and on the back of propaganda leaflets. His friends bribed his... More»

2/24/2014

Certain things don't mix. Ammonia and bleach. Beer and liquor. Pop Rocks and Coke. The proton stream in Ghostbusters. Time to add one more... More»

2/20/2014

Most San Franciscans think of yoga as mostly a lot of deep breathing, downward dog positions, and stretchy clothes in solid colors. The Asian Art Museum's... More»